I offer several ongoing classes around the Bay Area Peninsula as well as private and private-group sessions.
Vinyasa combined with highly focused alignment work and invigorating sequences.
Jenn is certified as a Leslie Howard Pelvic Floor Therapist. Meet one-on-one for help with lower back or hip pain, incontinence and pelvic pain.
Come spend a weekend away. Relax and revitalize while learning about your body and its alignment.
Afternoon and day workshops including asana, guided meditation, therapy rolling, floor movement, and pelvic floor/core work.
Gentle touch on cranial bones and sacrum to relieve headaches and release stored emotional or physical holding in the body.
Work one-on-one to release chronic pain in the body, including specialty work in Pelvic Floor Issues
For years Jenn has been thinking and writing about our unity as a collective body of humanity. Recently she has begun to vlog some of her thoughts from a yoga teacher's perspective on growing unity and investing in our thought life about it. Watch and follow my FB page at Cogrity: Conversations about Unity.
During uncertain times, many of us want to increase our resilience and to be able to share joy and hope with others. We can have hope for the healing of our larger collective body of humanity because the intelligence at work in it is the same intelligence behind the healing mechanism in the human body.
Rather than being intolerant towards our differences, we can cultivate a practice of allowing others to have their dissimilar responses, knowing that these responses are appropriate given our various assignments in the body.
Our oppositional positions are actually not for the purpose of division, but are in place for strength and resilience for the body of humanity. If we can understand our opposition as a resource, we can develop reverence for opposition and begin to contemplate how to coordinate our differences.
When the human body becomes imbalanced, appropriate movement can help to release the inherent healing mechanism. Similarly, as a body of humanity we need to learn how to address power imbalance by privileged people groups yielding power and disenfranchised groups learning to trust again.
Beginning Pelvic Floor Class
Saturdays from 10 to 12noon
March 6, 13, 20, 27
Information on increasing the health of the pelvic floor and core sheath, which affect every movement of the body.
* Mat exercises for integration and stabilization to improve pelvic issues such as bladder weakness.
* Postural work for freedom from chronic tension patterns in neck and shoulders and initiating movement from core strength.
Vinyasa series: ninety-minute classes of informed, careful, vigorous and anatomically aligned practice.
Tuesdays from 6:30-8p
January 19, 26
February 2, 9, (note NOT 16), 23
March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Tuesdays from 6:30-8p
Take all 10 for $180
or pick 8 for $160
or drop in for $23
To receive the Zoom Link and Passcode for this practice, complete the registration form and send me payment via Venmo (@Jenn-Gaskin) or via Zelle (firstname.lastname@example.org).
"Jenn's class has completely transformed my life. When I first started practicing with her a little over a year ago, I went to class once a week with the goal of becoming more flexible. Within months, I began following her around to different studios--and now my goal is to become a yoga instructor myself. Practicing with Jenn has improved my flexibility, strengthened my body and quieted my mind. She is an amazing teacher."--Erica
“Jenn’s healing touch offered immediate relief from my daily migraine suffering which had lasted for over a month! In addition to the time and care she took with me during my cranio therapy session, Jenn left me with suggestions for relaxation, stretching, and massage exercises to assist me with ongoing tightness, stress, and pain management. I found it helpful to have my session in a quiet place that allowed me to focus intently on the therapy– much of which is about the ability to concentrate on the important connections between the mind and the physical.” –Sarah
"Jenn's gift among others is her interest to "explain" and demonstrate the why's and how's of the posses and the practice of yoga. She is not one of those teachers who tells you to do a pose and then good luck in trying to figure it out. She tells you how to do the poses. She shows you how to do the poses. She tells you why you are doing the poses, and most importantly she walks around the room to make sure (as time allows) that her students are doing the poses correctly so as to gain the benefit from the practice and more importantly not harm yourself from doing something incorrectly. Jenn is an amazingly caring and kind person who has a passion for teaching yoga, and she is very good at what she does." --Stan
Interested in learning more? Try our free resources: audio, video, and handouts.
Voice Memo of practice to reset Pelvic Floor that bears down on the exhalation
25 Minute Practice suitable for daily use of major concepts from Pelvic Floor and Core Tour Level I class